I am planning to seriously learn a lot of IT topics.
I'm not an illiterate in IT. I know basic programming, basic algorithms and data structures, basic math...
What I'm trying to do is to go in depth into various topics.
I am really motivated to go into security research / exploit development, so this is what I will do:
1. Learning about computer architecture. [ Structured Computer Organization (5th Edition), Andrew S. Tanenbaum ]
2. Learning about networks. [ Computer Networks (5th Edition), Andrew S. Tanenbaum ]
3.Learn more about programming,...
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Make sure you don't neglect practical experience in favour of reading. Take some advanced math classes.
I missed one
You should know everything in the beginner section and at least 3 from the core section before specializing. You could probably plough through most of this link in about a year if you did 16 hours a day but you'd want to kill yourself at the end of it.
So what's a good movie player for linux?
I've been using vlc on windows for years with zero problems. On my linux box I usually get no audio after jumping to time using the scrollbar. What does /g/ use?
is what I use to resize my seekbar.
The manual has more for it, but these are probably all you need.
How do i bypass activation lock on newest IOS for an ipad air?
Hey guys, I'm looking for a change of career and network security has really sparked my interest. Is the CCENT even worth getting, or should I just study for the CCNA Routing & Switching and build my base off of that.
Any other noteable certifications I should consider acquiring? Mosty looking for good stepping stones to push myself into a decent position, I'm aware that senior positions come with time and a proven track record and have no problem starting from dirt.
There's really no point in skipping the CCENT if you have no experience and no current IT job.
You end up paying pretty much the same whether you take the CCENT then do the second half/CCNA test separate or whether you do it all together as CCNA.
Less dollars spent statistically if you do it in two parts.
should i buy one of these phones? i dont see much of a downside plus i like fhe finger print reader in the back
I am pretty sure Linus is not allowed to advertise inside his videos since jewtube won't make any money etc
I am not talking about shill builds but about actual commercials inside his videos:
I don't follow his videos, I just want to push buttons
How do I make a complain?
the chromecast is just not cutting it for me anymore
bonus points for setups without keyboards/mice on the couch
my somewhat ghetto but functional HTPC is Kodi running on an old e8400 4gb mid tower (yeah, it's fucking huge, don't care) remote controlled either by a windows media center IR that came with an old hauppage tuner card and works out of the box with Kodi, or alternatively the Yatse remote android app on my phone.
How much did you spend for the Tuner card? So tired of having to fuck with a digital antenna for the 3 or 4 times a year I want to use it.
Why doesn't your desktop look like mine?
I know this isn't tech support, but I'm trying to wrap my head around an issue;
I have 250mbps internet via a netgear cm500 modem. it gets 250+ regularly when directly connected.
with my TP Link TL-WR1043ND running DD-WRT v3.0-r28493 std, I only get about 160mbps
this is via gigabit ethernet, not wifi
running through a gigabit switch as well
any tips? I don't have any QoS or Firewall enabled, and the specs I can find don't suggest there should be any limitation... no VPNs or anything weird like that going on.
Get a better router/stop using wireless?
Find a nice AC router if you want high speeds. Mikrotik makes fantastic cheap enterprise level routers for consumers, however their current 802.11AC line do not come assembled, you get a raw board with no antennas. Those Asus routers are rather nice though.
You could also try Powerline adapters, but speeds vary depending on your wiring. Ethernet over Coax is a better option if your rooms are wired for Coax.
What is the best operating system of all time and why is it Windows XP?
>le everything was better before maymay
I have an FX8350, I am getting an R9 390.
Am i fucked? Heard something about the 8350 not being able to drive it.
>inb4 amd fanboy. im not, just cant afford it.
let's make a website in node.js /g/.
What should we call it?
What is the best UI font and why it is San Francisco?
I really want to get into programming, mainly to make my own mobile app and learn some things about web designing. I'm not doing it for money or school or a job or anything. I am just very curious onto how this works.
Where can I find good books or websites that can teach me at a good pace?
I was looking into code academy but learned that most people think it's not as efficient.
Is ruby on rails any good by chance ?
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